Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Calling all Benebabes | Gabbi's Head Pop-Up Pub





Gabbi's Head Interiror
All pink everything
Benefit beauty bar
Benefit Beauty BarGirl being given a Benefit makeover

Girl being given a benefit makeover


A pink pub? Yep you heard right. Situated in the heart of London's Covent Garden, the upstairs of The Prince of Wales has been transformed from drab to fab, all in aid of Benefit launching their very own pop-up pub for the duration of the world cup. A place for women (and men, if it floats their boat) to indulge in beauty, bites & bubbles.

Unfortunately I never managed to find time to visit during the world cup and get involved with the amazing events. However, much to my delight I saw that it is being kept open for another FOUR WEEKS! Woohoo! Conveniently, yesterday when I read this, I happened to be off to London for the Grabble event (watch this space) and a catch up with my best pal. Perfect timing or what? 

The staff couldn't have been more welcoming if they tried, which created a perfect atmosphere from the moment we walked in. Obviously you can't go to a Benefit pub without looking glam,  so one of the lovely makeup artists gave me a mini makeover and sorted my non existent brows out. I'm definitely won over by Gimme Brow, does what it says on the box fo' sho. 

It's VERY pink and very girly, but it's not like anything you've seen before. I think it's fabulous and would definitely recommend popping in if you're passing, or better that, organise a trip to London especially. Whoever came up with the idea of the Gabbi's head, you my friend, are genius. I'll be back...

Ps. If you happen to be the big boss and are reading this, the pub should totes be made permanent. 

Gabbi's Head
150-151 Drury Lane
Covent Garden
London
WC2B 5TD

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  1. I still cant believe Benefit actually have a pub haha its so amazing!! Jealous you managed to get a trip down there it looks so good :) xx

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